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June 27, 2019
BAIC-Master's Marine Shipyard

The company is called Master’s Marine Shipyard. It is the newest business to become operational on over four thousand acres of land leased from the Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation on the former Hatchet Bay Plantation shipyard in Hatchet Bay Harbour, Alice Town, Eleuthera...

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March 26, 2019
Minister Rolle Joins in Cheering in the San Salvador Junior Junkanoo Parade

Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture the Hon. Lanisha T. Rolle (at microphone) officially opened the 2019 San Salvador Junior Junkanoo Parade, in Cockburn Town, on March 22, 2019...

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April 06, 2018
Minister Wells Committed to Making Sailing the National Sport

Minister of Agriculture and Marine Resources, the Hon. Renward Wells says that he is committed to making sailing the national sport of The Bahamas in short order...

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Swiss Educators to Return to The Bahamas this Month Bahamian Siblings to Share 'Time of Their Lives' Experience
January 25, 2018
Swiss Educators to Return to The Bahamas this Month Bahamian Siblings to Share 'Time of Their Lives' Experience

For nine-year-old Storm díArville, and her brothers, Brosnan, 11, and Maverick, 13, summer canít come soon enough. Not because they donít like school. They just canít wait to get back to the Swiss camp...

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May 12, 2017
Cultural heritage erasure

ow do we forget that when we lose our tangible culture, we actually also lose our intangible culture? They usually go together. Culture is not just a product that we package and sell. It is actually a process, a way of life, a rhythm that is embodied in a place. Exuma and Long Island, Acklins and Bimini have very different rhythms. They do not all practice Rake 'n' Scrape the same way, nor do th...

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May 03, 2017
Bahamians Honored for their contributions to Regattas

The National Family Island Regatta Committee recently recognized four Bahamians for their contributions to the growth and development of the championship sailing sport...

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April 17, 2012
'E' Class boat presented to Sir Durward Knowles

Another chapter was added to the rich legacy of sailing in The Bahamas this past Saturday when Sheldon Gibson presented the 'Sea Wolf' himself, Sir Durward Knowles, with a snappy-looking 'E' Class regatta boat.
During a modest but significant ceremony that took place at the Nassau Yacht Club, Lady Holly Knowles poured champagne to christen the new One Bahamas 'E' Class boat and Master of Ceremony ...

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November 18, 2015
C.V. Bethel using sailing as an educational tool

The students of the C.V. Bethel Sailing Club, along with their advisors, paid a visit to Deputy Director of Education Joel Lewis at the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology to promote their upcoming regatta, scheduled for November 22nd at Fort Montagu Beach.

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May 12, 2016
Junkanoo Carnival: Mass confusion and missed opportunities

The Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival was conceived in and continues to be mired in confusion.

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March 03, 2016
Businesses open, boats re-floated, hundreds back at work thanks to Rebuild Bahama

The famed Long Island fishing fleet is slowly returning to the sea, businesses are opening their doors and stocking their shelves, contracts are being let and hundreds of men and women are back at work as commerce begins its welcome recovery from the worst hurricane to hit the southern Bahamas in history.

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